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de339f55-9ef7-41cf-a5fd-a5c82790085bCaring For Your Bullied ChildTalking is often the difference between an event traumatizing a child/teen or the event being processed by them. An experience of being bullied is never a good thing but, by engaging in this meaningful talk with your child or teen you are helping them heal and grow beyond what happened to them. We're proud of both parent and child/teen for having this talk today!NoNoNodeacda3a-4405-4276-9a7f-db9549caa24c.jpgde291156-02f3-4f40-9455-c2b0c183824b.mp32/18/2015 10:48:00 AMNo users yetNO
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1. Parent, start this conversation by sharing with your child whyParent, start this conversation by sharing with your child why you are glad to be having this talk with them, why you want them to share, why you want to listen and how you think this talk will help you and them. Advance.b4ef083a-71c4-4cd9-8238-1142c8ce4f14.mp3e6b19466-5b11-4621-bcc1-4fd19734fc410c03fc424-6c87-4331-968c-a77e1b758145de339f55-9ef7-41cf-a5fd-a5c82790085bb4ef083a-71c4-4cd9-8238-1142c8ce4f14
2. Before we ask your child some questions we want to be sureBefore we ask your child some questions we want to be sure you, the parent, is sitting as close to your child as possible. If it is comfortable, we encourage you to hold a hand(s) with your child. Advance.bcd739bf-526c-435b-8aa0-331e868aa3bd.mp3e6b19466-5b11-4621-bcc1-4fd19734fc4111ab204ec-b3e3-49f3-a6e8-89a25cf84ba9de339f55-9ef7-41cf-a5fd-a5c82790085bbcd739bf-526c-435b-8aa0-331e868aa3bd
3. Now we want the child to answer some questionsNow we want the child to answer some questions just as if your parent was asking them. Try your very best to look at your parent’s eyes as you share your answers. Advance.8a09b101-3eb9-414a-bf71-3d9e8e6f5a4f.mp3e6b19466-5b11-4621-bcc1-4fd19734fc4128f2956cd-48a6-46c2-b292-b32a835bbad4de339f55-9ef7-41cf-a5fd-a5c82790085b8a09b101-3eb9-414a-bf71-3d9e8e6f5a4f
4. Please tell me about what happened to you that hurt you.Please tell me about what happened to you that hurt you. Tell me everything: when it happened, who was there, what happened, what people did or said, how you handled it then and how it has affected you since.4af3f1f1-d0cb-463b-820c-5b8945668037.mp3e6b19466-5b11-4621-bcc1-4fd19734fc413a1ac093c-2105-4491-a568-3906838800f5de339f55-9ef7-41cf-a5fd-a5c82790085b4af3f1f1-d0cb-463b-820c-5b8945668037
5. Thank you for sharing all of that with me. It is good for you to share iThank you for sharing all of that with me. It is good for you to share it and it helps me to understand. Take a moment and see if you can remember anything else about the bad experience, share what comes to mind.8bbdc212-0fd5-40ea-bbb9-012c22399ca4.mp3e6b19466-5b11-4621-bcc1-4fd19734fc414b4feed09-757e-44fd-8590-42d07fc8d1dcde339f55-9ef7-41cf-a5fd-a5c82790085b8bbdc212-0fd5-40ea-bbb9-012c22399ca4
6. What happened to you certainly caused you to experienceWhat happened to you certainly caused you to experience some bad feelings. The next screen lists several feelings you may have felt. Pick the one that you would say you felt strongly during the hurtful experience or since it happened. You’ll do this again in a bit with a second choice.271826fb-f0f8-4bc6-b583-e9c64700056d.mp3e6b19466-5b11-4621-bcc1-4fd19734fc415b6463347-166d-4a53-afd8-6f2f62673ce8de339f55-9ef7-41cf-a5fd-a5c82790085b271826fb-f0f8-4bc6-b583-e9c64700056d
7. Embarrassed - Ruined - Hurt - Left Out - UnprotectedEmbarrassed - Ruined - Hurt - Left Out - Unprotected - At Risk - Rejected - Alone - Made Fun Of - Harassed - Invisible - In Danger - Stupid - Ganged Up On - Betrayed - Hated - Confused - No Good - Ugly - Exposed - Angry - Unsafe - Afraid - Hopeless33869fad-3fbb-42aa-b473-a8e081045d86.mp3e6b19466-5b11-4621-bcc1-4fd19734fc41612c99f31-a222-42ab-92ab-eac253d0b32fde339f55-9ef7-41cf-a5fd-a5c82790085b33869fad-3fbb-42aa-b473-a8e081045d86
8. Tell me specifically what it was about what happenedTell me specifically what it was about what happened or what was said that caused that feeling of hurt. When you’re done sharing advance and pick another word and share why you felt that feeling as well.2a572b38-589d-4529-b9ac-059ba61c4ea2.mp3e6b19466-5b11-4621-bcc1-4fd19734fc417cf6f27a2-7bed-474d-b79e-066cf0e1baf7de339f55-9ef7-41cf-a5fd-a5c82790085b2a572b38-589d-4529-b9ac-059ba61c4ea2
9. Embarrassed - Ruined - HurtEmbarrassed - Ruined - Hurt - Left Out - Unprotected - At Risk - Rejected - Alone - Made Fun Of - Harassed - Invisible - In Danger - Stupid - Ganged Up On - Betrayed - Hated - Confused - No Good - Ugly - Exposed - Angry - Unsafe - Afraid - Hopeless06e65f3b-2417-49c3-90de-678d3bff3e54.mp3e6b19466-5b11-4621-bcc1-4fd19734fc4180525e00f-0d45-4ba2-a1f8-98a14d2dae40de339f55-9ef7-41cf-a5fd-a5c82790085b06e65f3b-2417-49c3-90de-678d3bff3e54
10. Parent, it must hurt you to hear aboutParent, it must hurt you to hear about what happened to your child and how it made them feel. Look them in the eyes now and tell them in your own words that you are sorry for what happened to them and how it made them feel. Advance22cdc81b-4f23-41a2-bfb0-36f791ef5562.mp3e6b19466-5b11-4621-bcc1-4fd19734fc4191c09a6a9-5548-4d8a-bba6-4e9266178dbbde339f55-9ef7-41cf-a5fd-a5c82790085b22cdc81b-4f23-41a2-bfb0-36f791ef5562
11. Before we have your child talk a bit moreBefore we have your child talk a bit more we want you to share a story of a time you felt one or both of those feelings. It can be from when you were younger or now as an adult. When you share, be careful not to share names or graphic details that might affect your child.df790467-6e5a-4cef-b844-6f59612e474d.mp3e6b19466-5b11-4621-bcc1-4fd19734fc4110c91aa01a-c8c1-45eb-84fb-6315cdf7cd0cde339f55-9ef7-41cf-a5fd-a5c82790085bdf790467-6e5a-4cef-b844-6f59612e474d
12. Parent, share some of the feelingsParent, share some of the feelings, thoughts or situations you struggled with as a result of your experience. Was it hard for you? How did you handle it and, looking back, do you think there were better ways to work through it that could be an example to me or I could learn from?8c553bd1-d344-43ef-9ccb-af23cad40b33.mp3e6b19466-5b11-4621-bcc1-4fd19734fc4111e06bc2bd-29bc-4f6d-9c3a-3094702ce1c6de339f55-9ef7-41cf-a5fd-a5c82790085b8c553bd1-d344-43ef-9ccb-af23cad40b33
13. Let’s hear from your child nowLet’s hear from your child now. How have you responded to being hurt? What are you facing and trying to work through? Parent, after they share, add some ideas of your own. It could be avoiding people or situations that could cause more hurt, loss or damage to friendships...32c67df7-329c-46b0-b205-e9c5577650a3.mp3e6b19466-5b11-4621-bcc1-4fd19734fc4112c5582e6b-d6bb-4615-87ec-fa3fa1e58c6cde339f55-9ef7-41cf-a5fd-a5c82790085b32c67df7-329c-46b0-b205-e9c5577650a3
14. When people are hurt and made to feel badWhen people are hurt and made to feel bad they often start having problems not just with what they feel but also with what they think. Share all the negative, nagging, damaging and unhealthy thoughts you have had about yourself, your life and other people since your painful experience.6047592d-3963-499d-b953-aa27879d34b9.mp3e6b19466-5b11-4621-bcc1-4fd19734fc411352531aa4-b4d7-4104-9450-755e882e220cde339f55-9ef7-41cf-a5fd-a5c82790085b6047592d-3963-499d-b953-aa27879d34b9
15. Some of these thoughts are total lies.Some of these thoughts are total lies. Some of these thoughts have a bit of truth mixed with a lie. Either way, your child needs you to care about their emotional pain and the confusion they are having in the area of their thoughts. Advance.43260943-e954-4655-a807-b18f3156e000.mp3e6b19466-5b11-4621-bcc1-4fd19734fc41144a594d21-ab2c-43fe-8bd4-65e75af1440cde339f55-9ef7-41cf-a5fd-a5c82790085b43260943-e954-4655-a807-b18f3156e000
16. Child, please share again the thoughtsChild, please share again the thoughts you just shared with your parent. This time, after you say each one, pause, look in your parent’s eyes, and let them share with you out loud the truth. They want you to receive and believe this in order for you to rise above and move beyond what happened.a1eed9e0-fa6a-4664-8bdb-4aac94124aed.mp3e6b19466-5b11-4621-bcc1-4fd19734fc411572fd4c85-f873-46d5-bcd0-9219479fcb07de339f55-9ef7-41cf-a5fd-a5c82790085ba1eed9e0-fa6a-4664-8bdb-4aac94124aed
17. How has being hurt affected you?How has being hurt affected you? Consider the areas of friends, your participation in clubs, groups and teams, isolating or pulling back, hurting others (wanting to or not wanting to but it happens), your sleep/dreams, eating habits, anger, depression...39314c67-5044-4402-8833-973810e667f0.mp3e6b19466-5b11-4621-bcc1-4fd19734fc41163061d767-609d-4e96-9ea8-d76fa4a33f60de339f55-9ef7-41cf-a5fd-a5c82790085b39314c67-5044-4402-8833-973810e667f0
18. Is there something you need from me?Is there something you need from me? Would you like me to talk to someone responsible or in leadership? Can I look into finding you a group, team or club that has people who share the same interests as you so you can make new friends? What are you thinking you may need from me?ff987dca-f8f1-4d70-a169-42d463d53484.mp3e6b19466-5b11-4621-bcc1-4fd19734fc4117cf0f50c0-870a-45e9-99e2-872a7199a2fbde339f55-9ef7-41cf-a5fd-a5c82790085bff987dca-f8f1-4d70-a169-42d463d53484
19. Describe to me how having this conversation has helped you.Describe to me how having this conversation has helped you.1aed2a66-3e31-4cdd-8ba0-cd0ec39048f1.mp3e6b19466-5b11-4621-bcc1-4fd19734fc4118c5dee5b0-504d-43b2-bc6c-1073bcae62b9de339f55-9ef7-41cf-a5fd-a5c82790085b1aed2a66-3e31-4cdd-8ba0-cd0ec39048f1
20. As your parent, I am so glad you had this talk with me!As your parent, I am so glad you had this talk with me! I want to take care of you and help you take care of yourself. Thank you. Let me finish by sharing with you what I have learned about you and why I’m glad we talked.626258f1-2163-4b2d-8da0-9b1a61505ef5.mp3e6b19466-5b11-4621-bcc1-4fd19734fc4119e1270933-3620-4a0e-b7b0-173c771ce529de339f55-9ef7-41cf-a5fd-a5c82790085b626258f1-2163-4b2d-8da0-9b1a61505ef5

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